Vixen: The Movie

Synopsis: Originally from Africa, Mari McCabe grew up an orphan after her parents were killed by local greed, corruption and wanton violence. But Mari refuses to succumb to the terrors surrounding her. Inheriting her family's Anansi Totem, Mari can access the powers of animals - anything from the super-strength of a gorilla to the speed of a cheetah. As Vixen, she fights valiantly to protect the world from threats like those that claimed her family.
Director(s): Curt Geda, James Tucker
Production: Blue Ribbon Content
74 min


- Let's go.

- Go where?

- Your bail's been posted.

- By who?

One jacket, leather.

One knapsack, left strap torn.


Twenty-six dollars in ones and fives.

One sketchbook, fashion designs.

Not bad.

- You looked through my sketchbook?

- I get bored.

One technical pen and one necklace.

- That's pretty. Where'd you get it?

- Family heirloom.

Give you 20 bucks for it.

It's the wife's birthday.

I forgot to get her something.

Tell you what, 50 bucks.

Hey, sweetie.

You posted my bail.

Not the father-daughter

reunion I dreamt of but...

Good thing for both of us

you're not my father then.

I told you, no matter how many

fosters you throw in front of it,

I'm always going to be your pop.

Gotta say though, it hurt a little

you being back in Motor City

and not looking me up.

Sorry, was busy getting thrown in jail.

Want a bite to eat?

So, what brings you back to Detroit?

- Job interview.

- Fashion design?

The guy was a jerk.

He said my work "lacks identity."

Which kind of makes sense,

since I am kind of lacking

in identity myself.

So, you stabbed him

in the hand with a pencil.

No, I stabbed him in the hand with a pen.

And that was only after he suggested

I could have a job, if I gave him one.

Patty would be proud of you for that.

She always secretly liked that

you stood up for yourself.

Doesn't feel the same without

her chewing me out right now.

She always gets so pissed off.

I wish she was here right now.

Me, too.


You find whatever it is

you were looking for outside of Michigan?

- You can say it. My parents.

- So, you find them?

- No, I found nothing.

- I

Give us the necklace, b*tch.

Here, here, $58 inside. It's yours.

- Just...

- I'm not gonna say it again,

give me that necklace or you're gonna

get a bullet through your eye.


- Mari.

- Mari?

You okay?

- You sure you want coffee?

- Coffee's good.

Thanks, Chuck.

I'm beat.

If you want to stay and I hope you will,

your room's how you left it.

The girls at school...

They said my mommy was a junkie.

That that's why she gave me up.

What's a junkie?

It doesn't matter, because it's not true.

Those girls, they were just being nasty.

Then why did my mommy give me up?

You were just a baby

when the foster agency placed you with us.

- You didn't even have a name.

- But you did have something.

Something we've been waiting to give you

until you were old enough.

- What is it?

- It belonged to your mother.

Chuck asked a friend of his about it

and he said it was an "Anansi Totem."

- What's that?

- I don't know, sweetie.

But I have a feeling that one day

it might help you find the answers

to all your questions.

Dr. Macalester.

Uh, office hours were over 20 minutes ago.

I'm Mari McCabe. I called earlier.

Of course, my apologies. Come in.

You said you had an artifact

for me to look at.

- Yes. Though...

- I'm not sure it's an artifact.


Normally, this is where I'd say,

"My eyes are up here."

- This is extraordinary.

- Where did you find this?

I guess you could say it's a family heirloom.

I don't really know anything about it.

I... I don't even know where it's from.

That type of stone is indigenous

to the M'Changa province, in Zambesi.

And it has something to do

with "Anansi", right?

Anansi. The trickster god.

According to legend, he fashioned a totem

..which he gave...

- To a warrior named Tantu.

When I was a kid, I looked up

Anansi in the encyclopedia.

I'm sorry to waste your time.

I honestly don't know what I was expecting

to learn when I came in here.

What did you want to learn?

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